Our Sibling Workshops and Camps provide opportunity for the personal growth of children who have a sibling with a disability.
Sibs Summer Camp
A week-long summer camp allowing siblings of children with a disability to explore their unique emotional and social needs. Campers will participate in Joseph Maley Foundation programming geared to developing leadership, service, anti-bullying and inclusion skills. Sibs Summer Camp promises to be a fun week of exploration and personal growth for our campers!
Running in conjunction with Sibs Summer Camp at the Joseph Maley Enrichment Center, Teen Talks is an alternative to Sibs Camp for young adults entering grades 6 and up.
Teens will have a place to share, learn, connect, and have fun! We believe it is important for siblings to have the support of peers who have had a similar experience as them.
If your teen enjoys working with children, and would like to stay for a full day, they are invited to serve as a “Junior Counselor” for the afternoon at our Sibs Camp. Junior Counselors will receive leadership training and take an active role in planning and facilitating camp afternoon activities.
Stay tuned for more information about the 2020 Teen Talks!
These workshops allow siblings to share their experiences and have a forum to discuss their own specific needs. Sibling Workshops are appropriate for individuals ages 10 to 21.
- Workshop Facilitators are a vital part of the success of this program. The Joseph Maley Foundation is seeking Facilitators who want to develop relationships with others as they share their own experiences as a sibling of someone with a disability. If you feel that you are willing and able to become a part of the sibling workshop experience, please complete our interest form below.